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    • 1
      ABC’s Of Culture
      The Greeks& The Romans
      By:
      Christopher Smith
    • 2
      VS
      The Romans
      The Greeks
    • 3
      Appearance
      The Romans
      The Greeks
      Romans wore overtogas
      Greeks did not
    • 4
      Belief System
      The Greeks
      The Romans
      • The Greeks Believed in the following gods and others as well.
      • Zeus
      • Hera
      • Athena
      • Apollo
      • Artemis
      • Hephaestus
      • Aphrodite
      • Poseidon
      • Hades
      The Romans believed in the following and others.
      Jupiter
      Juno
      Mars
      Venus
      Minerva
      Vulcan
      Mercury
      Diana
      Neptune
      Pluto
    • 5
      Communication
      The Greeks
      The Romans
      • ΑαAlpha ΝνNu
      • ΒβBeta ΞξXi,
      • ΓγGamma ΟοOmicron ΔδDelta ΠπPi ΕεEpsilon ΡρRho ΖζZeta
      • ΣσςSigma ΗηEta ΤτTau ΘθTheta ΥυUpsilon
      • ΙιIota ΦφPhi ΚκKappa ΧχChi ΛλLambda ΨψPsi ΜμMu ΩωOmega
      • These are Greek letters
      The Roman language of Latin was a complex language and rather similar to our own. For example.
      Letter A
      Name ā
      Pronunciation /a:/
      Letter Z
      Name zēta
      Pronunciation /’ze:ta/
      This is but an example
    • 6
      Entertainment
      The Greeks
      Romans
      • The Greeks would at party’s play the lyre or flute. They would also watch women dance naked and tell stories. They also had poets that traveled Greece.
      • The Romans had great gladiatorial battle's in their Colosseum’s. Also at the Circus Maximus Chariot races were held. Finally the Campus was an old solider drill ground that was converted into a track and field playground.
    • 7
      Food
      The Greeks
      The Romans
      • Bread Dipped in Wine
      • Fish
      • Beef
      • Pork
      • Milk
      • Cheese
      • Soup
      • Honey cakes
      • Olives
      • Fruit
      • Vegetables
      • Honey
      • Bread
      • Cereals
      • Corn
      • Oil and Wine
      • Porridge
      • Sausage
      • Domestic Fowl
      • Fish
      • Eggs
      • Lettuce
      • Asparagus
      • Shellfish
    • 8
      Government
      The Greeks
      The Romans
      • Athens
      • Democratic government
      • Ruled by the people
      • Equal rites
      • Sparta
      • Monarchy
      • Militaristic
      • All citizens have right to opinion
      • Imperialistic state
      • Expansionary
      • Ruled by a single ruler
      • Roman Empire started under Julius Ceaser
      • Eventually split into two parts by Emperor Constantine
      • East Roman Empire
      • West Roman Empire
      • Emperor was in the East
      • City of Constantinople
    • 9
      Housing
      The Greeks
      The Romans
      • Most houses tended to be poorly constructed
      • Poor houses contained 1 room
      • Middle class contained 2-3 rooms
      • The upper class anywhere from 4 and up
      • Poor people lived in simple apartment buildings
      • Middle class lived in simple homes with simple accommodations
      • The upper class lived in large homes where they had feasts and party’s the somethingtorium was were they puked so that they could eat more
    • 10
      Information
      The Greeks
      The Romans
      • Sparta
      • Boys and girls are given education to make them into the best solders in the case of boys and the best Mothers in the case of girls.
      • Athens
      • Romans were given informal bi-lingual educations
      • Later some boys and girls were sent to public schools
    • 11
      Jobs
      The Greeks
      The Romans
      There were weavers, spinners, smith’s, witch/wizard, priest, poet’s, and army commanders.
      There were also actor’s, artist’s, astronomer's and bard’s.
      Other job’s were baker, dancer, druggist, hetaera, maid, miller, and musician.
      There were senators and Quaestor’s.
      There were procurator’s
      and publicanus.
      There were Augurs, and Flamen.
    • 12
      Kinds of Environment
      The Romans
      The Greeks
      Rome was built on three hills.
      There were salt flats near the city.
      They were on the Mediterranean Sea.
      The soil was not very good for growing most things.
      There a lot of mountains that made travel from one place to another very hard.
    • 13
      Leftovers
      The Greeks
      The Romans
      One of the advantages of hoplites was their heavy armor.
      Others being their long spears and large shields.
      Roman advantages were that they were able to move rapidly, had long Range weapons called Pilums for well ranged engagement. Their short swords were good against infantry. And they used large shields for defense.
    • 14
      Biography
      Jobs slide http://www.fjkluth.com/gjobs.html
      http://www.roman-colosseum.info/roman-life/ancient-roman-jobs.htm
      Environment Slide
      http://www.historyforkids.org/learn/romans/environment/
      Leftovers Slide
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hoplite
      http://www.hadrians.com/rome/romans/daily_life/roman_soldiers.html
    • This has been a Deathian production
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